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Result of Second Selection Round of 4th National Social Business Challenge Team 2019 and Youth Co: Lab Nepal 3.0

The second selection meeting of 4th National Social Business Challenge Team 2019 and Youth Co: Lab Nepal 3.0 has selected the following Social Business ideas for the third round of the challenge. The selected team will be assigned to a mentor. The candidates are requested to communicate with their mentor to refine their Business Plan. For the final round, the applicants are required to submit a  Business plan by August 18, 2019 at 12:00 Noon Strictly ( No extension given) at nsbc@kingscollege.edu.np . All the selected team has been sent email for their selection

Shortlisted Candidates for the First Round of National Social Business Challenge 2019 and Youth Co:Lab Nepal 3.0

The 4th National Social Business Challenge Team 2019 and Youth Co:Lab Nepal 3.0 has selected the following Social Business idea for the next round. The selected team should submit a  Business plan by July 15, 2019 11:59 PM. All the selected team has been sent an email of their selection in the email they had applied with to the program. For details, please email us at nsbc@kingscollege.edu.np. Please find the guideline for Business Plan ( in Nepali and English

 

Selected Member Enterprises Name / Ideas State/ Province Saugat Tiwari Timro Kawadiwala 3 Nipun Shakya dula.com 3

Initial Selection Round Completed

Initial Selection Round Completed

The first selection round of National Social Business Challenge was held successfully on July 1, 2019 at King’s College, Babar mahal. The selection was done in the presence of representatives from King’s College, UNDP, NYC, AYON, Clock B, Blink Venture, Antarprerana, Disability Human Right Promotion Centre and other like-minded organizations and members. 

In retrospect with our selection phase, the jury consisting of more than one member made the final decision of choosing the ideas fit for qualifying on the basis of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). 

Regarding the selection, Program coordinator of SBC Mr. Sushant Rijal said

Social Business Challenge Kicks Off

Social Business Challenge Kicks Off

These are some of the glimpses to our successful boot-camps done with the help of our partner Himalayan Climate Initiative (HCI) and like minded organizations. We would like to thank all the panel members present in the Boot-camps especially the participants and aspiring future entrepreneurs for their time and effort.

Dhangadhi:

The workshop commenced with a panel discussion on SDG’s Goals, entrepreneurship and Government support system. The workshop was gratified by the presence of Mayor of Dhangadhi Mr. Nirpa Bahadur Odd, NYF’s and NFCC’s chairperson Mr. Puskar Ojha, NMB Bank’s regional head, UNDP’s regional head and Deputy Mayor

Press Release

Press Release

The event was initiated in 2016 by King’s College by felicitating a

series of workshops throughout Nepal to build an understanding about

social entrepreneurship, venture creation and SDG’s goals.

 

King’s College has kicked off its preparations to host this year’s

series of National Social Business Challenge. The challenge, an

initiative of Yunus Social Business Center, King’s College and being

jointly organized by UNDP Youth Co-Lab, Association of Youth

Organizations Nepal (AYON), and National Youth Council (NYC) –

Ministry of Youth and Sports is in its 4th edition.

 

The main

Nepal’s Social Business Internship 2019

Nepal’s Social Business Internship 2019

Nepal’s Social Business Internship 2019

Nine students from National Central University, Taiwan from various departments are in Nepal for Nepal Social Business Internship 2019, one of the programs of Yunus Social Business Centre’s, King’s College (YSBC). National Social Business Internship is a joint program felicitated by Yunus Social Business Centre, National Central University, Taiwan and Yunus Social Business Centre’s, King’s College.  . It is designed to spread the idea and exposure of Social Entrepreneurship among Nepalese as well as international students. The students, set with milestones, work in different designated social ventures as well in the Yunus Business Social Centre, King’s

National Social Business Challenge 2018

National Social Business Challenge 2018

National Social Business Challenge is an initiative of Yunus Social Business Centre Nepal, King’s college in collaboration with likeminded organizations promoting social entrepreneurship, entrepreneurship and job creation in Nepal to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals.

The main objective of the program is to develop the basic insights, understanding and importance of establishing a social enterprise as one of the mechanism to solve the social economic inequity and to invite participants to “Social Business Challenge” to design, present and implement the most feasible venture idea to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals.

The thematic areas are ICT, Sustainable Tourism, Agriculture, Renewable Energy & Environment,

Revive Old Clothes

Revive Old Clothes

Pushpa S thapit and Rajan Chakradhar are the minds behinds the creative creation of “Revive”.  The duo are currently MBA students at King’s College who always admire to be problem solver. Though Rajan has inherited the entrepreneurship aspect from his family plastic factory and was likely to join their family business but realized the missing social aspect from it which propelled him to consider the environment part as well in the business.  Thought they wanted to solve the plethora of problems if the society, they have not opportunities that strike to solve the problem in the most sustainable way. “Revive”

Fair Price and Quality: Your Agriculture Products

Fair Price and Quality: Your Agriculture Products

Fair Price and Quality: Your Agriculture Products

Who knows the hardships of the farmers better than their family members? And here goes the same for the trio Anjana Shyama, Sapana Twayana, and Sanzay Byanju all coming from farming background and facing the hardships of the farmers’ life. And the story alters after that. Most of the members of the farmer do not return to help their parents (farmers), let alone all the farmers. But the trio students not only helped their parents only but have attempted to help all the farmers throughout their region to uplift their standard. They founded: Your

No More Just Fallen leaves: Hariyo Paat, Sabaiko Saath

No More Just Fallen leaves: Hariyo Paat, Sabaiko Saath

In rural areas of Nepal, resources are barely utilized though found in abundant amount whether it was vegetables, milk and so on. But at the time when those resources get utilized, they become the source of creation of wealth and employment. Consider the example of vegetables. In rural areas the vegetables were not considered much worthy in the past, but when the same vegetables entered the era of commercialization, they not only became the worthy but also the source of wealth and employment. And the same case is with fallen out leaves in the rural villages, but not now. In